good sleep habits, such as going to bed and waking up on time, eating and exercising appropriately, etc.
the practice of achieving and maintaining proper habits to promote good sleep.
conditions and practices that promote continuous and effective sleep. These include bedtime routines, regular bed and arise times. And regularly getting enough sleep to avoid sleepiness during the day. For some people, can also refer to limiting alcoholic and caffeinated beverages prior to bedtime and using exercise, nutrition, and environmental factors so that they enhance, not disturb, restful sleep
Practices of daily living that promote good sleep, including having a proper diet, getting regular exercise, and creating a conducive sleep environment.
Things that improve sleep quality. These include regular bedtime and waking hours, abstinence from alcohol and caffeine, good nutrition, and regular exercise (not too close to bedtime).
Practices, habits, and environmental factors that are important for getting sound sleep.
The conditions and practices that promote continuous and effective sleep. These include regularity of bedtime and arise time: conformity of time spent in bed to the time necessary for sustained and individually adequate sleep (i.e., the total sleep time sufficient to avoid sleepiness when awake); restriction of alcohol and caffeine beverages in the period prior to bedtime; employment of exercise, nutrition, and environmental factors so that they enhance, not disturb, restful sleep.
behavioral activities that contribute to or detract from restorative sleep. Examples of good sleep hygiene include activities such as going to bed at the same time each night, restricting caffeine and alcohol intake near bedtime.
Behavioral activities that either contribute to or detract from restorative sleep. Good sleep hygiene would include activities such as going to bed the same time each night, restricting caffeine intake, and avoiding napping during the day.
The conditions and practices that promote continuous and effective sleep; Including: Regularity of bedtime and arise time, i.e., Going to bed and getting up at the same time each day; Spend only enough time in bed to get an adequate amount of sleep, usually 8-9 hours for normal adults; Restriction of alcohol and caffeinated beverages in the period prior to bedtime; Proper exercise, nutrition, and control of environmental factors, such as noise, light and temperature so that they enhance, and not disturb, restful sleep
Sleep hygiene is the practice of following simple guidelines to ensure restful, effective sleep promoting daytime alertness and helping avoid the onset of sleep disorders. Trouble sleeping and daytime sleepiness can be indications of poor sleep hygiene.